“Cultivating the culture of urban and commuter riding through advocacy and celebration” is AoB’s mission. The mission is being realized because of your participation. When you show, we grow.
In the next few weeks AoB needs you, your time and your talents. Lets continue to work together to cultivate the culture of Asheville’s urban bicycle culture. When you show, we grow.
Bicycle Corral @ Lexington Ave Fun Festival (LAFF)
Sunday, Sept. 5th
AoB’s bicycle corrals are now a hallmark of Asheville’s events. Consider volunteer for a two hour shift at the LAFF, a truly local Asheville festival.
Contact AoB’s volunteer coordinator, Rachel Reeser for scheduling @ email@example.com.
New Belgium Brewery’s ‘Clips of Faith’
Friday, Sept. 10th
New Belgium Brewery partners with Asheville Downtown Association and Asheville on Bikes to throw a bicycle film festival at Pack Square. AoB needs several volunteers to make this event happen. Please sign up for a volunteer shift. Shift responsibilities include:
AoB needs twelve volunteers to pour beer to all of our thirsty participants.
AoB needs two volunteers to sell merchandise.
ID checkers & Wristband Providers
AoB needs six volunteers to assist with checking id’s and wrist banding those of age.
Set Up Crew:
AoB needs three people to assist with set up. These volunteers are going to be moving stuff so be ready of some lifting.
Break Down Crew:
AoB needs three people to assist with break down. Again, these volunteers are going to be moving stuff so be ready of some lifting.
Traveling Beer Sales:
AoB needs six people to travel around the festival to sell New Belgium Brewery’s finest.
New Belgium Brewery has wonderful incentives for eager volunteers.
Contact AoB’s volunteer coordinator, Rachel Reeser @ firstname.lastname@example.org. When you contact Rachel, let her know what position interests you. If you’re up for anything, let her know that as well.
Asheville’s Bicycle Count
Sept. 12th – 18th
Asheville’s Bicycle / Pedestrian Task Force is preparing another bicycle count. We need volunteers to work two hours shifts at various intersections throughout the city. The data generated from these bicycle counts is used to advocate for multimodal transportation improvements. Contact Claudia Nix @ ClaudiaNix@libertybikes.com for volunteers details and scheduling.
In the past year, Asheville has made significant strides in improving how we move about our city. As the people of Asheville continue to support bicycling throughout our community, community leaders respond and our transportation infrastructure improves. Each one of us plays an important role making Asheville the model of multimodal transportation of the Southeast. When you show, we grow.
Asheville on Bikes looks forward to cultivating the culture of bicycling with your throughout the year. Thank you for your volunteerism.